a. Knowledge and understanding: The course is in three parts.
Part 1 - international trade contracts and the customs system in import and export.
Part 2 - students work in groups on import / export projects under the supervision of the course leader and where possible external specialists.
Part 3 - group work is presented, discussed and assessed in class,
b. Applying knowledge and understanding:
Students acquire basic knowledge of international contracts and the customs system relating to import/export.
c. Independent judgement:
Students acquire the ability to make independent judgements relating to private law solutions for import/export issues.
d. Communication skills:
Students acquire the skills to work in import/export, inside firms, with external practitioners, with other firms and with relevant authorities.
e. Learning skills:
The workshop or seminars allow students to learn the methods and operational practice of regulations on contracts and import/export and how these are applied.